Tamilnadu Aruthra Darisanam 2023 Dates Arudra Natchathiram

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Arudra Darshan is a Tamil holiday in which Lord Shiva is honored. It is regarded to be exceedingly lucky to perform Arudra Nakshatram, also known as Thiruvaathirai Nakshatram, during Maargazhi Masam. Arudra Nakshatra and Pournami both fall on the same day on day.

On this day, people worship Lord Shiva in his Nataraj avatar during Arunodaya. They also recite sacred Vedic verses. Because this day commemorates Lord Shiva’s Nataraj form, it is also regarded to be his birthday. The rest of India considers Maha Shivaratri to be Lord Shiva’s birthday.

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Tamilnadu Aruthra Darisanam 2023 Dates Arudra Natchathiram

  • Arudra Darshanam, Friday, January 6, 2023
  • Nakshathram Thiruvathirai Starts at 9:26 p.m. on January 5, 2023, and ends at 12:14 a.m. on January 7, 2023.
  • Arudra Darshanam will be held on December 27, 2023.
  • Nakshathram Thiruvathirai Starts at 10:21 p.m. on December 26, 2023, and concludes at 11:29 p.m. on December 27, 2023.

Importance of Arudra Darshan:

Because Lord Shiva was never born, there is no nakshathram to commemorate his birth. He appeared in front of holy saints vyaagra paadha and pathanchali on the pleasant day of Thiruvaadhirai. There was a period in Hindu mythology when Lord Vishnu was reclining on the giant serpent, and Adhi sheesha assumed he was deep in concentration. When Lord Vishnu was asked, he told Adhi sesha that he was thinking about Lord Shiva’s dance. This response made Adhi Seesha wish he could witness this magnificent dance.

He inquired of Lord Vishnu as to how he could make this wish come true. Then Lord Vishnu instructed him to perform arduous labor (known as “tapas”) at Chidambaram. Adhi Seesha followed his advice and prayed to Lord Shiva for a very long period. At the same time, vyaagra paadha, a muni, and Lord Shiva devotee resided in the same location. He begged Lord Shiva for tiger legs so he could pick flowers before dawn without getting bitten by bees to present to God. He also performed “tapas” in order to witness His wonderful dancer, “Nataraj.”

Finally, Lord Shiva was pleased with their prayers and devotion, so he performed his “Nataraj” dance in Chidambaram on the day of Thiruvaadhirai. On this day, the figure of Shiva known as “Nataraja” has been worshiped with tremendous devotion since then.


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